Resident heading into legal battle with Harlingen RV park board over high bill
HARLINGEN – Residents at a senior citizens RV park in Harlingen are complaining their end of the year bill is too high. The park’s board members are not giving them any answers.
Tracy Christopherson and her father say one of multiple red flags was their gas bill, which has increased for the past 2 years. She began to ask questions when she noticed the bill had jumped.
Christopherson says the park’s board members have told her not to contact them, but to first hire an attorney and then call their attorney. The park declined to comment, but said they’re taking the case to court.
The Better Business Bureau says if someone isn’t getting a response from a business, they have the option of filing a complaint.
To file a complaint go to 502 E. Expressway 83 Suite C, Weslaco, TX 78596 or visit the Better Business Bureau’s website.
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